Georgetown News
Track & Field - Wed, Apr. 8, 2015

Georgetown College men's and women's track and field had to shift game plans with the rain washing out the meet at Bellarmine University. The Tigers picked up a day meet at Centre College. The women finished eighth out of 16 teams, while the men were 11th out of 15.

Tayler Godar led the women with a second and third place finish in the 800-meter and 1,500-meter runs respectively. The women's 4x100-meter relay of Keyvin Parker, Jade Abbott, Tralyn Woodard and Kaya Kelly were 12 hundredths of a second off the GC record and finished third.

Ashlee Howe and Shelby England stacked points in the high jump. Howe finished fourth and England eighth. Bea Cameron and Haley Carr both placed in the points for the 100-meter hurdles. Cameron was sixth and Carr eighth.

Howe was sixth in the triple jump. Jade Abbott, Marissa Hale, Carr and Lauren Cahill were eighth in the 4x400-meter relay, while Haley Oliver placed eighth in the pole vault.

The men did most of their scoring in the 400-meter dash. Austin Keene, Micah Crawford and Denzel Cain finished on the heels of each other in fourth, fifth and sixth respectively. Cain, Keene, Erick Mills and Christian Marshall teamed up for a sixth place finish in the 4x400-meter relay.

Jacob Hanser took seventh in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.

Joel Reihmer highlighted the field events with a fourth place finish in the pole vault. Nicholas Dulko was eighth in the discus.

 
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